NMN Powder may be used sublingually, mixed with yogurt, a beverage, or water. NMN can remain potent in water for up to 10 days.
NMN can also be found in tiny amounts (less than 2mg/100g-food) in various food sources such as edamame, broccoli, cabbage, cucumber, avocados, mushrooms, tomatoes, and raw food beef and shrimp.
NMN is relevant, because it is the most effective way to boost and support NAD levels. There is a new awareness that NAD, a vital longevity molecule declines with aging, and that supporting and replenishing the NAD pool is critical in promoting good health, especially as we age. In 2013, Harvard scientists used NMN to show that some aspects of the aging process may be reversible. Old mice treated with NMN for only 10 days demonstrated a dramatic reversal in some biometric markers used to estimate biological age. Since then, several published human trials have shown NMN to be very effective at raising and supporting blood NAD+ levels in people.